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. we read air the show starting at noon at"meet the press." today, leon panetta and martin dempsey. at 1:00 here "this week." the former d.c. public schools chancellor makes an appearance and lou barletta. "fox news sunday" with wayne la pierre and mark kelly, husband of gabby giffords. "state of the union" at 3:00 with leon panetta and martin dempsey. four-o'clock, "face the nation" roger goodell. the sunday talk shows rearing but he by a public service by the networks. it begins at noon with "meet the press." listen to them all on c-span radio, 90.1 fm in the washington area. 119 on xm satellite radio. you can go online to cspanradio.org. [captions copyright national cable satellite corp. 2013] [captioning performed by national captioning institute] >> i think my experience led me to realize that, yes, i did have a voice. in using it, i could accomplish things. having been crazy -- having been busy raising the children, i do not think up to my mind to anything like that. when i left the white house, there were so many sign people up there who are willing to help you win your caus
. >> panetta and martin dempsey say they expect hagel will be confirmed. >>> panetta discussed u.s. drone attacks on potential terrorist targets, they said they don't come lightly. he added there's an intricate process of establishing targets. those who authorize the drone attacks make sure it's focused on terrorists. >>> a coast guard officer will be honored for rescuing a pilot from a navy jet crash. petty officer nicholas bean will receive the meritorious service medal in chesapeake. he found the pilot while evacuating people following the jet crash into an apartment building in virginia beach last april. bean and another cut can him from his parachute. no one died. >>> meteorologist tom kierein joins us with more about what's happening next. more snow on the way, tom? >> just a little bit. but just enough to cause problems maybe tomorrow morning. >>> uh-oh. >> right around this time. untreated surfaces could be slick with a fresh coating of snow. no travel problems on this monday morning. there's capitol hill under a mostly clear sky. that's a live view from the city camera. now 28 at
, general dempsey and i hope you enjoy the california weather. >> thank you, senator. senator donnelly. >> mr. spec -- secretary, thank you for your service to this country. we are so much in your debt time after time answering the call. thank you very much. and general dempsey -- much better being a general -- thank you everything you have done for our forces and for our country. and i want to express my condolences to all the families who have suffered losses in this tragedy that we will do everything we can to make sure it never happens again. earlier in the hearing, mr. secretary, you said that it is not the department of defense's job to be 911. and so the question that struck me is, so when this happens and it happens so fast and so quick that when you respond in an hour, it may already be over by that time. are we relying on the home country to be 911? and if so, as you go through what they're providing to us, you mentioned some are not up to the quality of others at this time, but how are you making that decision that we have people in harm's way and we are relying on a host na
hill hearing. leon panetta and martin dempsey testified about the benghazi attacks attacks. he accused susan rice of lying about the attacks when she appeared on the sunday tv talk shows last september. here is part of the questioning in that hearing. >> chairman dempsey, at the time of the meeting, would you have -- how would you have characterized the attack on the compound? >> i did not know. >> it could have been either one. >> that is right. >> it could have been spontaneous were preplanned. but i have to ask the same question, would you agree that was a preplanned attack? unequivocably? >> at the time, when this was going on, we were not sure was taking place. when i later found out that you had rpgs and there was an attack, there was no question in my mind. >> my position would be they knew that at the time because i have talked to several people that have stated they knew it. unequivocably that would have been a terrorist attack. the thing i am getting to come and do you agree that it was a terrorist attack? >> when i appeared before this committee three days afterwards
panetta and general dempsey talk about the attack on the consulate in benghazi, libya, which killed ambassador chris stevens and others. it will be live starting at 10:00 a.m. here on c-span. later, john brennan, the chief proctor terrorism adviser -- the chief counter-terrorism adviser, is expected to face questions on the cia drone program. we will be live with this hearing also on c-span. >> what i discovered as i have gotten older and more mature is the strategy to achieve happiness in life, the worst way is to make that the primary goal. if you make happiness your primary goal, you will not achieve it. instead, you will be narcissistic and self involve, caring about your own pleasures and your own satisfactions in life as your paramount goal. what i have found is that happiness is best thought of as a byproduct of other things. family and friends and good health and love and care. it is, we get happiness not might indirectly for it by throwing ourselves into projects, -- we get happiness by throwing ourselves into projects. >> leading to a better world, sunday night at 9:00 on
] >> thursday, leon panetta and joint chiefs chairman general dempsey testify on the attack on the u.s. consulate in benhazi, libya. we will be live from the senate armed services committee starting 10:00 a.m. pervez letter, john berman and -- starting at 10:00 a.m.. later, john brennan is expected to face questions on the cia drone program. it starts at 2:30 p.m. eastern also here on c-span. >> if you go to most american history textbooks, i would almost make you a bet, if you go to the back of the textbooks you had in high school -- nothing you could take the of all my bet -- but in american history textbooks in high school comedy go to the index, you will find no mention of eugenics and. if you go to your biology books in high school, you will find no mention of the word eugenics. i just looked at the biology the assigned for most of the courses assign your for intro by a courses at montana state university. break textbooks. but i did not see any mention of eugenics. it is as if, because we, being scientists, no longer believe in eugenics, when a longer have to think about it. bec
and then leon panetta and marty dempsey. by the same token america's traditional allies and friends in europe and east asia remains a valuable partners on nearly everything we do and we have spent considerable energy strengthening those bonds over the past four years. and i would be quick to add the u.n., the imf and the world bank and nato are also still essential. but all of our institutions and our relationships need to be modernized, and complemented by new institutions, relationships and partnerships that are tailored for new challenges and modeled to the needs of a variable landscape. like how we elevated the g20 during the financial crisis or created the climate and clean air coalition out of the state department to fight short-lived pollutants like black carbon or work with partners like turkey, where the two listed up the first global counterterrorism form. we are also working more than ever with invigorated regional organizations. consider the african union in somalia and the arab league in libya, even subregional groups like the lower mekong initiative that we created to help reint
on panetta and marty dempsey. by the same token americans traditional allies or friends in europe and east asia remain a valuable partner on nearly everything we do. we have spent considerable energy strengthening those bonds over the past four years. and i would would be clicked to add the u.n. the imf and the world bank and nato are also still essential. but all of our institutions and our relationships need to be modernized and complemented by new institutions, relationships and partnerships that are tailored for new challenges and models to the needs of a variable landscape. like how we elevated the chi 20 during the financial crisis, or created the climate and clean air coalition out of the state department to fight short lived pollutants like black carbon or worked with partners like turkey where the two of us stood up the first global counterterrorism forum. we are also working more than ever with invigorated regional organizations. consider the african union in somalia and the arab league and libya. even subregion of groups like the lower mekong initiative that we created to help r
will say -- in fact, last week chairman dempsey said we're going to sort of manage these cuts in a way so that noncritical readiness accounts will be protected. well, when you come down to it, there's not much that isn't pretty critical to readiness, things like the money that goes to get people to show up in the units at the right time, buying gasoline and ammunition to do training with, paying the contractors who run the ranges who masquerade as pmy combat about thes -- enemy combat about thes at training centers and so forth. so the idea this is not going to have a pretty quick effect on combat effectiveness of guys and gals who are going into harm's way, it is sort of, you know, just a fiction. but that's just, again, the immediate effects of sequestration. it's possible that a budget deal of some sort or even more likely that the president's 2014 budget will chart a course forward for the defense department wherein sequestration-level spending becomes the ceiling not the floor. the president, i mean, again, we have no real clue what his thinking is other than what he's revealed in hi
and marty dempsey. by the same token, america's traditional allies and friends in europe and east asia remain invaluable partners on nearly everything we do and we have spent considerable energy strengthening those bonds over the past four years and i would be quick to add, the u.n., the i.m.f., the world bank and nato, are also still essential. but all of our institutions and our relationships need to be modernized and complemented by new institutions, relationships and partnerships, that are tailored for new challenges and modeled to the needle of -- neee of a variable landscape, like how we elevated the g20 during the financial crisis or created the climate and clean air coalition out of the state department to fight short lived pollutants like black carbon, or worked with partners like turkey where the two of us stood up the first global counterterrorism forum. we're also working more than ever with invigorated regional organizations. consider the african union and somalia and the arab league in libya, even subregional groups like the lower macon initiative that we created to reint
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